All the services were successfully started in case of the 'First Run'.
However, Since my RedHat6.5 in VMWare got too slow, I had to forcefully shut down and restart.
After that I restarted my Cloudera Manager.
However, I am unable to start any services after that.
It is trying to start Zookeeper first, and the start command is failing with error due to timeout after 150 seconds.
What might be my possible messups?
Yes, I already did that.
After doing that it showed all the services are being Started.
However, only some of the services viz. Hive, Hue, Oozie, Sqoop are now being shown with Green Health Status.
The status of other services is still unknown.
Is there any other method to check if the services are running?
Let me try jps in the terminal.
I did jps and following is my output. Shall I kill some of the processes?
[root@rhcdh ~]# /usr/java/jdk1.6.0_31/bin/jps 4783 JobTracker 4978 Bootstrap 5251 Bootstrap 5114 AlertPublisher 4511 HMaster 5135 Main 5085 Main 5154 EventCatcherService 4137 QuorumPeerMain 3667 Main 4174 NameNode 5190 NavigatorMain 5666 4200 SecondaryNameNode 5416 RunJar 5653 5059 Main 5989 RunJar 4184 DataNode 5175 HeadlampServer 4459 HRegionServer 7370 Jps 4755 TaskTracker
How much RAM does your VM have? Looks like you're running all services from the CDH parcel. When you see that a service is unhealthy, open the service and check the cause of bad health. What is HDFS complaining about?
The problem seems to be
Unable to issue query: request to the Service Monitor timed out Internal error while querying the Service Monitor
The problem is, CM is unable to determine the health. Except some warnings (like minimum 3 nodes suggested, 1GB for each node) I don't see any major health issues. The screenshot is like this.